Photo by V. S. Dosekin, Kharkov, Ukraine, ca. 1870s. 6.4 х 10.1 cm Nikolai Alekseevich ALEKSEEV (1852-1893), businessman, public figure, and philanthropist; cousin of Russian theater producer Konstantin Stanislavski; merchant of highest category and state councilor. During his time as head of Moscow Public Administration (1885-1893), he opened about 30 schools, built Srednie Merchant Rows, improved Mytischi water supply, and built the Psychiatric Hospital at Kanatchikovo, which currently bears his name. Killed at his office by a madman. C1434 ALEKSEEV, N. A. (Алексеев Н. А.)